Project Coordinator

Project Coordinators organise the resources, communication, and scheduling of activities for a project to make sure the desired project goals are achieved.

Project Coordinators can work in a variety of industries such as Information Technology or Human Resources, so you may need additional training to specialise in these fields.

A Project Coordinator earns an average salary of $72,497 per annum.

Average salary
$72,497 P/A

Source: (October 2017)
Min average salary
$64,964 P/A

Source: (October 2017)
Max average salary
$81,401 P/A

Source: (October 2017)
Job growth

Projection: 11% more Project Coordinators employed in Australia in 2018 (compared to 2013)

Employment by region

The top three regions for employment as an Project Coordinator are:

  • NSW: 27%
  • VIC: 24%
  • QLD: 21%

Key skills required
  • Time management skills
  • Team leadership skills
  • Good interpersonal and professional communication skills
  • Financial awareness and ability to manage finances
  • Sound judgement
  • Analytical skills
  • Able to work under pressure to strict deadlines


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